Please note: Silber, G. (1999) “Solomon Kerzner” from They Shaped our Century: The Most Influential South Africans of the Twentieth Century. Published by Human and Rousseau. Pp275-278. If you would like to contribute to this biography please click on the contribute tab.
South africa, 1979. Spread across the map like fragments of buckshot, two hours by car from Johannesburg, lie seven tracts of leftover farmland, united by nothing but their supposed independence from the state that gave them birth.
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